Classical arcade game. Use the mouse to move your bat and prevent the bouncing ball from falling off the playfield. The ball will then destroy the blocks and earn points. The game includes a highscore table and several additional features.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Classical arcade game. Use the mouse to move your bat and prevent the bouncing ball from falling off the playfield. The ball will then destroy the blocks and earn points. When all the blocks are gone, the game proceeds to the next level. The random items which appear on the screen can have a very useful effect, or be quite a pain in the neck, too.
The game contains 15 different levels. The password feature allows you start at later stages right away, which of course include some additional surprises. But first you can adjust the number of your balls to make the game easier or harder. Your best scores along with your name are stored in a highscore table.
Change Info: Added a short pause when the ball has got lost; sprites below the lives display do not disappear any more; the program can now be switched to full screen mode; a number of minor changes. Also, a new version of the runtime library is included.
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